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Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization
- Feb 16, 2023 4:11 pm GMT
I write about the title subject frequently. There are several reasons I do this:
- In spite of my frequent posts on this subject, it is my most popular subject (based on the number of views per post.)
- The transportation sector is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States.
- One of the most important tools will use to accomplish the title task is to convert this sector from petroleum-based fuels to electric energy or clean fuels that are mostly generated using electric energy.
- I post on Energy Central, and implementing the prior bullet will force the greatest changes in the history of the energy segment.
When I discovered that the U.S. Federal Government had released an extremely important document regarding the title subject in January, I decided that I must create a post summarizing this document.
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